Ambraw Kennel Dog Captures Show Honors
Dr. B. H. Sisk is a happy man with pride over the achievement of his little Cocker Spaniel, Ch. Ambraw Velvet Crusade. The Ch. before Crusader’s name is quite new because it was only Wednesday that he completed his gathering of points against stiff competition and was declared a champion.
At 16 months, an age when most show dogs are only beginning their show careers, Little Crusader is not only a champion, but the somewhat indifferent father of a litter of six puppies that bid fair to produce some more champions for the Sisk kennels.
Crusader is the son of a champion also. His mother and grandmother both belong to the Sisk kennel.
The little black Crusader began his career in the show ring in St Louis, then on to Chesterland, Ohio, Spring Lake, Mich., Pontiac, Mich., Birmingham, Ala., and Dallas where he collected enough points to qualify for champion. He was shown by John Banks, professional dog handler of St. Louis.
Fitting surroundings for such a prominent little dog have recently been completed at the Ambraw Kennels north of town. Dr. and Mrs. Sisk have had installed concrete runways and Mason fences, a special woven fencing for dog yards. During the past six years the veterinarian and his wife have established and improved their kennels, until they are now recognized by those who should know as the finest in southern Illinois. Such an establishment is proper for the Sisk line of Cocker Spaniels, as fine a blood line as any in the entire state.
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